The dictionary defines a spoof as a hilarious imitation of something, or a trick played on someone as a joke. Turn that word into a verb and you’re left with an imitation relying on exaggeration, or a hoax or trick,
The simple, short answer is that fraud can look like many different things, and anyone can fall victim. I got a call on my cell phone yesterday around 5:00. The number was unknown so I let it go to voicemail.
As we wrap up National Cybersecurity Awareness Month we thought it was fitting to share a few more of our favorite tips and tricks from our friends at the National Cybersecurity Alliance. To learn more, visit their website at https://staysafeonline.org/
Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent texts, calls and emails from scammers pretending to be their bank. And in this time of expanded use of online banking, the problem is only growing worse. That’s why, this October,
COVID-19 is not only affecting our social habits, but also causing issues with our social safety. This pandemic has scammers using extremely creative ways to get people to click and give away their personal information. We’ve pulled together some tips
The Federal Trade Commission announced September 21, 2018 that, effective immediately, consumers will have the capability of putting a freeze on their credit for free. A new federal law was passed allowing the freeze to be placed, with the capability